How did you feel after graduation ?
January 31, 2016 3:25am CST
To be honest. right now I am so confused just because I don't know what to do after graduation.I am totally aware of finding a job is my priority,However, you know find a good job you need to master a skill ,if not ,that will be a big challenge for you to find a good job in China. SO how do you feel when you graduate from school.Do you feel so happy owing to getting away from school finally or feel so upset because of needing to consider about your finance problem etc. whatever, we all have to face a big thing is to find a job.but I don't konw what I want to be in future.so now I am completely confused.
11 people like this
31 Jan 16
When I graduated in my university, I feel so confident to find a better job. I am well-equip in terms of having knowledge and the skills will be showcased once landed a job. I think you can try to enhance your speaking skills in English language.
• Guangzhou, China
1 Feb 16
I think it is still something exciting to get graduated from school as finally you can get rid of the exams. Of course it is not easy to find a good job. But it is not hard to find a commn one, too. If you have a good certification, of course you can try to find the nice job. It doesn't matter since you are young and this is your advantage. Some companies like to employ young people because they can learn fast and they don't have much family burdens and they can focus on work. Good luck!
• United States
31 Jan 16
I'm not sure how to feel about this either. I have finished all of my courses for my bachelor's degree and will be graduating this spring if all goes as planned. The only thing I have left to do is finish up an internship, which I am over halfway done with. Other than that....it seems like a huge adjustment. No more reading textbooks? Homework assignments? No more evening classes? It does indeed feel like a chunk of you is missing. I think the hard part is finding something else to do that takes up that time, and that is productive. I do feel like I am in the same boat as you on this. If you figure it out, be sure to let me know!
• Woodlands, Singapore
31 Jan 16
Graduation brings new expectations and aspirations. Whatever one has studied and graduated in, it's a time for taking stock of what's on offer and what more could be done if you want to secure a good position. It's wise to use your graduation as a stepping stone and aim for higher successes in further studies, job etc.
4 Feb 16
When I graduated, I did not went into work straightaway instead I took some time to enjoy myself traveling with a few of my girlfriends where we went to places like Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore and Hong Kong. I felt that we deserve a break and that we would never have a chance like this once we started working. During that time, I took some of the free time to make new friends and at the same time prepare myself for job interviews. In addition, I made more improvements on my resumes and made posted it to some head hunting companies overseas. I just kept myself occupied than wait for calls for interview.